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Old 12-10-2014, 10:00 PM   #9
Fred Brackin
 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Default Re: Unarmed vs. Knife

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Originally Posted by Toptomcat View Post
Arm Lock sez you can use it 'on the first turn following a parry', which means you can All-Out Parry and, on your next turn when you aren't All-Out Defending, Arm Lock the poor sucker.
You choose All Out Defense during your _attacker's_ Turn. When your Turn comes around you're locked into the All-Out Defense you chose. You're not out of All-Out Defense until the _next_ time you choose a Defense and you can't attack until after that.

Like I said you're in an overkill situation anyway. You don't need to AOD. Just drop that part and go with the rest of it.
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